When pain is needed!

Most of us avoid pain…
Most of us ask for a life without suffering…

Sometimes we feel like we’ve run out of the ground … No way to hold on!

Most of us do not realize that we are the first to cause our suffering and pain. We are the main responsible from the moment we let ourselves stay in situations that are not advantageous to us, or when we allow someone to hurt us.

However, pain is also a process of release. We exorcise the densest and difficult feelings when we feel pain. When it hurts … when it really hurts … the covers fall and the tears pour down the face as a sign that the pain is becoming unbearable. It is at this precise moment that, without filters, we must allow everything to come out: crying, shouting, writing … deep down letting any form of expression serve as a channel for emotions that are so strong and at the same time so painful to emerge and leave from within us.I assure you, that after this process of exorcising the pain, you will feel liberated, light and ready to fill your interior with feelings of higher vibration, beginning with optimism.

Who ever felt lighter after crying? Who did not feel better after, in an act of desperation, shouting to the “world” what have accumulated within themselves for a long time?

For me to cry is a process of deep liberation when we can not find other ways of expressing ourselves freely.

Crying is not an act of fragility …
Crying is an act of courage … the courage to show ourselves stripped of everything!

When was the last time you cried?

When did you allow yourself to exorcise your pain?
Cry as much as you can and in the end, dry each tear in the certainty that only the smile will be the most immediate expression of your face.
Marta Pica Rodrigues

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